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Fear Itself

Below is a YouTube video in which Donald Trump tells his supporters kick a protester out of the audience.

In this second video you see Trump’s supporters beat the guy up. 1,407 more words

Photography And Art

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President Franklin Roosevelt said this when the country was mired in the darkest days of the Great Depression. Inspiring the nation to remain positive, persevere and help those in need, these words became an American mantra as the Depression lingered. 319 more words

Revisiting "A Day of Infamy"

As the funerals begin in Paris, and another round of bombings begins in the Middle East, as the blood is washed away from the streets of France and the blood begins to flow again in Syria, it may be useful to read this column, first published on March 19, 2015, although it could have been written yesterday: 671 more words

Point Of View Columns

Borders and Beliefs

I am a first generation Canadian, a daughter of European immigrants after World War II.

I am also a nomad by nature. I believe that as long as I’m a good person and comply with local law, I should have the right to live anywhere I choose. 262 more words


November 4: An important date for electing two-term Presidents

This IS from the National Constitution Center.

Some presidential election trivia.

Since 1845, when Congress set an official date for presidential elections, November 4th has held a special role as a day when two-term Presidents get elected to the White House. 433 more words

Featured Book: Passionate Crusaders by Heather Voight

Passionate Crusaders tells the gripping story of a few righteous Americans who sought to do what many thought impossible in 1944—save Jews who had not yet been murdered in the Holocaust. 455 more words